you're giving it to charity. i think that's -- you have said on the network that is a better use, probably, of your wealth than the government. but i just don't seem like you've ever really, you know, paid your share, what you would call your fair share of taxes. >> i -- no, i agree. i certainly agree in the last ten years, that's been true. i used to pay a much higher rate. but in the last ten years, it's true, my rate has been down there, you know, with governor romney's and, you know, a whole bunch of other super rich people and i would pay 35% under this, and i would pay 35% on all the money that ever ends up in my pocket. >> warren, along the same lines when you think about corporate taxes and berkshire's contribution to the system, i remember us talking a couple years ago, we're talking about the structure of berkshire, and part of the structure of berkshire has been to take the profits from one entity and be able to reinvest in another entity and as a result you're not being taxed on those profits. >> well, that's not true.